Preconnect, Prefetch and Preload

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Preconnect, Prefetch and Preload

Preconnect, Prefetch and Preload are interesting and important in the fast field. Google explains this with their SERPs. When you check the content of the content, you will see that Google pre-fetches some URLs that you can visit first by clicking on the result. The same process can be followed on your site. It supports the loading process and speeds up the process.

CDN (using content delivery)
CDN helps speed up load time. A CDN uses multiple servers to distribute the load on your site. What about CDNs? A copy of your website is stored in a different location that provides faster access to the website.

The image must be compressed.
Today, the easiest and most effective way to make a website work is to enlarge the images. It’s an easy job. They can be compressed using many free programs. Optimizilla is a good example. Your images can be efficiently compressed on your PC with free software like Save for Web. Images stored in the correct format increase the performance of the website. You should consider using JPEG or png files as they are compatible with all browsers and can be easily compressed. If you are using HD images, it is recommended to compress them from 60% to 80%.

Restrictions on the use of plug-ins Using a large number of plug-ins on the
Website can affect website performance, so you should keep important content to a minimum. You can use plugins to help improve graphics and reduce code on your website. Therefore, it is your responsibility to decide which plugin is best for increasing the speed of your website.

The browser can store a lot of information such as CSS images, javascript and so on. You should take advantage of your browser’s caching features, as it won’t return the entire page when the visitor wants to return to your site. You can use this tool if your catch is about to expire. You can use your browser’s cache.